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News

Less is more

Sensory deprivation tanks a stress relief for students With the compounded stress levels students face daily, the removal of external senses could help reduce the anxiety that stems from school, work and daily life. Sensory deprivation tanks — also known as float tanks — aim to do just that. “Floating …

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Sports photos of the annual Eye Opener exhibition tournament between the SAIT Trojans and the Innisfail Eagles at SAIT Arena in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. The Trojans won the game by a score of 5-1 and finished the tournament with a 1-1 record. (Photo by Alex Medina/The Press)
Sports

Back to the drawing board

Trojans men’s hockey fight for redemption After a devastating overtime loss ended their season last year, the Trojans men’s hockey team are looking for redemption this upcoming season. Head Coach Dan Olsen is ensuring that changes are being made to try and avoid the same outcome from last season. “We’re …

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Arts & Entertainment

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Entertainment

What are you laughing at?

YYComedy Festival returns with a star-studded line-up If the news is any indication of the state of the world right now, it doesn’t seem like there is much to laugh about these days. Conversely, a good laugh might be exactly what we need. Unbeknownst to many, Calgary has a hidden …

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Eva Janke-Furman, second-year ACAD design student, works on a sketchbook assignment in the Aldred Centre at SAIT on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/SAIT)
Entertainment

CAMPing out for creatives

CAMP Festival brings arts and industry game-changers to Calgary Calgary is no stranger to innovators and game-changers, but for creative types, the opportunity to network with both local and international industry experts, and refine their craft, isn’t always available here. Enter the CAMP Festival, a two-day media arts and technology …

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Album Review: We Move

James Vincent McMorrow We Move (2016) Dine Alone Records Irish singer-songwriter, James Vincent McMorrow, has released a third installment of striking lyrics, symphonic tones and exhilarating beats with his new album, We Move. The new album, released Sept. 2, contains 10 full, rich songs, which make up a story that …

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Sports

Sports photos of the annual Eye Opener exhibition tournament between the SAIT Trojans and the Innisfail Eagles at SAIT Arena in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. The Trojans won the game by a score of 5-1 and finished the tournament with a 1-1 record. (Photo by Alex Medina/The Press)
Sports

Back to the drawing board

Trojans men’s hockey fight for redemption After a devastating overtime loss ended their season last year, the Trojans men’s hockey team are looking for redemption this upcoming season. Head Coach Dan Olsen is ensuring that changes are being made to try and avoid the same outcome from last season. “We’re …

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Sports

Back to the pitch

Former coaches return to the field Coaching and playing are two very different aspects of the game. One is viewed from the sidelines while the other right up close for the action. Both Cassey Bush and Amoy Hudson experienced what it was like to view the game as coaches and …

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Men's volleyball coach Sean McKay poses for a portrait in the Campus Centre Gym at SAIT in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. This is McKay's first year coaching the SAIT men's volleyball team but he has had plenty of experience involving the sport. He recently played professionally in Sweden and has also achieved a degree in kinesiology and a masters in coaching from Western University in London, Ontario. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/ SAIT)
Sports

Volleying for a win

Men’s volleyball team welcome new head coach Sean McKay, the new head coach for the SAIT Trojans men’s volleyball team, is bringing experience and professionalism to an already budding young team. McKay graduated from Western University with a bachelors degree in kinesiology, and went on to receive his master’s in …

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Opinions

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Opinions

Fines, they are a changin’

Calgary looks at raising fines for community standards bylaw violations Imagine you’re lying in bed Friday night, you’ve had a productive day, and you have to be up early tomorrow. Suddenly, you hear the low grumble of the teenaged neighbour’s bass rumbling to the very fibres of your core. It …

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Opinions

Beating around the bush

Thought provoking? Or gross out factor? If you were in residence over this summer, you may have noticed a very peculiar poster attached to one of the corkboards on your floor. In a rainbow of colours, a list of 61 different slang terms for vagina was written, followed by the …

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Physical indifference

Education is the next step to ending discrimination From the era of the Spartans judging the fate of their newborns, to swiping right or left on a dating app, humans have always judged one another based on appearance. It’s in our nature. But that doesn’t make it acceptable behaviour. Everyone …

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Lifestyle

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Lifestyle

Come together

Welcome Back Powwow highlights SAIT’s culture and community SAIT’s Chinook Lodge Aboriginal Resource Centre is hosting its annual Welcome Back Powwow on Saturday, Oct. 1. The event, which is free and open to the public, is an opportunity to learn about Aboriginal culture and tradition. The grand entry will begin …

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Lifestyle

Superfoods

Foods for your budget, brain and body Let’s face it, superfoods are in. Avocado, kale, quinoa and the like have been popping up on menus and Pinterest boards left, right and centre. But this isn’t just the newest trend. One can’t deny the positive effects of these nutrient-rich foods on …

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Lifestyle

Let’s get it on

Long distance lovers Back to school in the fall: you’re excited to meet new people and learn some new things. Unfortunately for you, your partner may as well live halfway around the world. Enter the long distance relationship. Despite the common misbelief that long distance relationships cannot survive the trials …

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